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Duke Ellington - Giants Of Jazz - Duke Ellington álbum

  • Artista: Duke Ellington
  • Título: Giants Of Jazz - Duke Ellington
  • Género: Jazz
  • País: US
  • Fuente de los registros: 3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation Box Set, Reissue
  • Liberado: 1980
  • Estilo: Big Band, Swing
  • Etiqueta: Time Life Records
  • Catálogo#: STL-J02
  • MP3 álbum: 2983 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 1824 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.5/5
  • Votos: 227
Duke Ellington - Giants Of Jazz - Duke Ellington álbum

Lista de canciones

1Duke Ellington And His OrchestraJeep's Blues
Alto Saxophone – Russell ProcopeClarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Jimmy WoodeDrums – Sam WoodyardTenor Saxophone – Jimmy Hamilton, Paul GonsalvesTrombone – Britt Woodman, Quentin JacksonTrumpet – Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Herbie Jones, Willie CookValve Trombone – John SandersWritten By – Ellington/HodgesWritten-By – Hodges
2Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraI Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Trumpet – Harold BakerWritten By – Nemo/Ellington/MillsWritten-By – Nemo
3Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club OrchestraThe Mooche
4The Harlem FootwarmersRockin' In Rhythm
Written By – Ellington/Mills/CarneyWritten-By – Carney
5Duke Ellington And His OrchestraYellow Dog Blues
Written-By – Handy
6Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club OrchestraShout 'Em, Aunt Tillie
Written By – Jenkins/WilliamsWritten-By – Williams, Jenkins
7Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraWarm Valley
8Duke Ellington And His OrchestraRing Dem Bells
Chimes – Charlie BarnetVocals [Vocal] – Cootie Williams
9Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraHarlem Air Shaft
10Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraC Jam Blues
Double Bass [String Bass] – Junior RaglinViolin – Ray Nance
11Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraConcerto For Cootie (Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me)
12Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club OrchestraEast St. Louis Toodle-Oo
Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Prince Robinson?Tuba – Bass Edwards, Mack Shaw
13Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraBaby, When You Ain't There
Vocals [Vocal] – Cootie WilliamsWritten By – Ellington/ParishWritten-By – Parish
14Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraJack The Bear
15Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraNever No Lament (Don't Get Around Much Any More)
16Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraTake The "A" Train
Arranged By [Arranger] – Billy StrayhornWritten-By – Strayhorn
17Duke Ellington And His OrchestraHot And Bothered
Guitar – Lonnie Johnson Vocals [Vocal] – Baby Cox
18Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraTruckin'
Vocals [Vocal] – Ivie AndersonWritten By – Bloom/KoehlerWritten-By – Bloom, Koehler
19Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraCotton Tail
20Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraMerry Go Round
21Duke Ellington And His OrchestraCreole Love Call
Vocals [Vocal] – Adelaide HallWritten By – Ellington/Miley/JacksonWritten-By – Jackson
22Duke Ellington And His OrchestraRockabye River
Alto Saxophone – Russell ProcopeClarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDouble Bass [String Bass] – Oscar PettifordTenor Saxophone – Al Sears, Jimmy HamiltonTrombone – Claude Jones, Wilbur De ParisTrumpet – Cat Anderson, Francis Williams, Harold Baker, Shelton Hemphill, Taft Jordan
23Duke Ellington And His OrchestraBlack And Tan Fantasie
24Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraPerdido
Double Bass [String Bass] – Junior RaglinWritten-By – Tizol
25Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraKo-Ko
26Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraI Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Vocals [Vocal] – Ivie AndersonWritten By – Webster/EllingtonWritten-By – Webster
27The Jungle Band Mood Indigo
Written By – Ellington/Mills/BigardWritten-By – Bigard
28Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraSophisticated Lady
Written By – Ellington/Mills/ParishWritten-By – Parish
29Duke Ellington And His OrchestraIt Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
Vocals [Vocal] – Ivie Anderson
30Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraEchoes Of Harlem (Cootie's Concerto)
31Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraClarinet Lament (Barney's Concerto)
Written By – Ellington/BigardWritten-By – Bigard
32Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraIn The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By – Van Alstyne
33Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraHarlem Speaks
34Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraCaravan
Written By – Ellington/Mills/TizolWritten-By – Tizol
35Duke Ellington And His OrchestraJubilee Stomp
36Duke Ellington And His OrchestraMerry Go Round
Drums – Fred AvendorfTrumpet – Charlie Allen
37Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraIn A Mellotone
38Duke Ellington And His OrchestraBlack Beauty
39Duke Ellington And His Famous OrchestraBugle Call Rag
Written By – Pettis/Meyers/SchoebelWritten-By – Meyers, Schoebel, Pettis
40Duke Ellington And His OrchestraBlack And Tan Fantasy
Trumpet – Jabbo Smith


Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STL-J02, TL-J02Duke Ellington Giants Of Jazz - Duke Ellington ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box, RE)Time Life Records, Time Life RecordsSTL-J02, TL-J02Australia1980


Créditos

  • Alto SaxophoneHarry Carney (tracks: A2 to B4, B6 to F4), Johnny Hodges (tracks: A7 to B4, B6 to F6), Otto Hardwick (tracks: A1 to A6, C4, C6, C7, D3 to F4)
  • Art Direction [Time-life Books Inc. Art Director]Tom Suzuki
  • Art Direction [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Art Director]Arnold C. Holeywell
  • Artwork By [Cover Portrait] – Mark English
  • Artwork By [Litho] – M English
  • BanjoFred Guy (tracks: A1 to C3)
  • Baritone SaxophoneHarry Carney (tracks: A2 to B4, B6 to F6), Otto Hardwick (tracks: A1 to A6)
  • Bass SaxophoneOtto Hardwick (tracks: A5, A6, C4 to C7, D3 to F4)
  • Celesta [Celeste]Duke Ellington (tracks: F2 to F4)
  • ClarinetBarney Bigard (tracks: A5 to B6, C3, C5 to F4), Harry Carney (tracks: A2 to B4, B6 to F6), Johnny Hodges (tracks: A7 to B4, B6 to F5), Otto Hardwick (tracks: A2 to A4, C4, C5), Rudy Jackson (tracks: A2 to A4)
  • Compiled By [Consultant]Richard Spottswood, John S. Wilson, Michael Brooks , Stanley Dance
  • Coordinator [Time-life Records Art Coordinator]Anne B. Landry
  • CornetRex Stewart (tracks: C6 to F4)
  • Design [Time-life Records Assistant Designer]Dale Pollekoff
  • Design [Time-life Records Designer]Donald S. Komai
  • Double Bass [String Bass]Billy Taylor (tracks: C6, C7, D4), Hayes Alvis (tracks: C6 to D4), Jimmy Blanton (tracks: D5 to F4), Wellman Braud (tracks: A2 to C5)
  • DrumsSonny Greer (tracks: A1 to C5, C7 to F5)
  • Engineer [Recording]John Guerriere
  • GuitarFred Guy (tracks: B7 to F5)
  • Liner Notes [Booklet Notes On The Music By]Dan Morgenstern
  • Liner Notes [Booklet]Stanley Dance
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Books Inc. Senior Text Editor]Diana Hirsh
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Assistant Production Editor]Feliciano Madrid
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Associate Editor]Jeanne LeMonnier
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Chief Of Copy Staff]Susan B. Galloway
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Copy Staff]Celia Beattie, Kathleen Beakley
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Editor, Subscriber's Letter]Philip W. Payne
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Editorial Assistant]Deborah Lee Rose
  • Liner Notes [Time-life Records Production Editor]Douglas P. Graham
  • Management [Time Incorporated Chairman Of The Board]Andrew Heiskell
  • Management [Time Incorporated Editor-in-chief]Henry Anatole Grunwald
  • Management [Time Incorporated Editorial Director]Ralph Graves
  • Management [Time Incorporated Founder]Henry R. Luce
  • Management [Time Incorporated President]James R. Shepley
  • Management [Time Incorporated Vice Chairman]Arthur Temple
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Managing Editor, Acting]George G. Daniels
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Managing Editor, Planning]Dale M. Brown
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Managing Editor]George Constable, John Paul Porter, Martin Mann
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Chairman]Joan D. Manley
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Comptroller]George Artandi
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Consumer Affairs Director]Carol Flaumenhaft
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Executive Editor]David Maness
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Executive Vice President]Carl C. Jaeger, David J. Walsh, John Steven Maxwell
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Managing Editor]Jerry Korn
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Personnel Director]Beatrice T. Dobie
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. President]John D. McSweeney
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President, Asia]Nicholas J. C. Ingleton
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President, Europe/south Pacific]James L. Mercer
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President, Marketing]Paul R. Stewart
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President, Production]Herbert Sorkin
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President, Public Relations]Nicholas Benton
  • Management [Time-life Books Inc. Vice President]John L. Canova, Peter G. Barnes
  • Management [Time-life Records Assistant Operations Manager]Gordon E. Buck
  • Management [Time-life Records Assistant Quality Control Director]James J. Cox
  • Management [Time-life Records Associate Quality Control Director]Daniel J. McSweeney, Michael G. Wight
  • Management [Time-life Records Operations Manager]Gennaro C. Esposito
  • Management [Time-life Records Quality Control Director]Robert L. Young
  • Other [Bonn Correspondent] – Elisabeth Kraemer
  • Other [London Correspondent] – Dorothy Bacon, Lesley Coleman, Margot Hapgood
  • Other [New York Correspondent] – Lucy T. Voulgaris, Susan Jones
  • Other [Paris Correspondent] – Josephine du Brusle, Maria Vincenza Aloisi
  • Other [Rome Correspondent] – Ann Natanson
  • Other [Valuable Assistance Provided By, New York] – Carolyn T. Chubet, Christina Lieberman, Miriam Hsia
  • Other [Valuable Assistance Provided By, Rome] – Mimi Murphy
  • Photography [Page 24] – Gjon Mili
  • Photography [Pages 26, 27] – Ole Brask
  • Photography [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Director Of] – Dolores A. Littles
  • Photography [Time-life Books Inc. Director Of] – Robert G. Mason
  • Photography [Time-life Records Picture Department] – Linda Hensel
  • PianoDuke Ellington
  • ProducerMichael Brooks
  • Research [Time-life Books Inc. Assistant Chief Of]Carolyn L. Sackett
  • Research [Time-life Books Inc. Chief Of]David L. Harrison
  • Research [Time-life Records Researcher]Ann Holler, Martin Baldessari, Rose-Mary Hall Cason
  • Soprano SaxophoneJohnny Hodges (tracks: A7 to B4, B6 to F4), Otto Hardwick (tracks: A1 to A6)
  • Tenor SaxophoneBarney Bigard (tracks: A5 to B4, B6, C3 to C7, D3 to F4), Ben Webster (tracks: C7, D5 to F4), Rudy Jackson (tracks: A2 to A4)
  • TromboneJoe Nanton (tracks: A1 to F5), Lawrence Brown (tracks: B7 to F5)
  • TrumpetArthur Whetsol (tracks: A5, A6, B1 to C5, C7 to D2), Bubber Miley (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B2), Cootie Williams (tracks: B3, B4, B6 to E7), Freddy Jenkins (tracks: B3, B4, B6 to C5), Louis Metcalf (tracks: A1 to A4, A7), Ray Nance (tracks: F1 to F5), Wallace Jones (tracks: D3 to F4)
  • Valve TromboneJuan Tizol (tracks: B3, B4, B6 to F4)
  • Written By – Ellington/Miley (tracks: A1, A4, A4), Ellington/Mills (tracks: B2, B4, B7)
  • Written-ByMiley (tracks: A1 to A4), Ellington (tracks: A1 to A6, B1, B2, B4 to C1, C3 to C5, D1 to E7, F2, F4 to F6), Mills (tracks: B2, B4 to B7, D3 to D5)


Notas

Comes with a 48 page booklet, a one-sheet tracklisting, a letter to subscribers explaining the song choices, and a glossy Duke Ellington litho.

Category on spine: STL-J02

On the bottom of the box's spine: Made in U.S.A.

Litho ©1978 Time-Life Books Inc. M English 77.

Booklet info:

©1978 Time-Life Books Inc. Third Printing. Revised 1980. Printed in U.S.A. TIME-LIFE is a trademark of Time Incorporated U.S.A.

Time-Life Records are produced by Time-Life Books Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of TIME INCORPORATED, founded by Henry R. Luce (1898-1967).

John S. Wilson is the jazz critic of the New York Times.
MIchael Brooks is from CBS Special Products.
Stanley Dance is an author, producer and jazz critic.
Richard Spottswood is a musicologist and jazz collector.

Label Info:
Made in Australia by a registered user of the trade marks. ℗ 1978 CBS Inc.
Tracks A1 to A6, B1, B5 to B7, C5, D4, D5, E2, E6, F2, F4, F6 published by Albert.
Track A7 published by Davis.
Tracks B2 to B4, C1, C7, D1, D6, E1, E3 to E5, E7, F3, F5 published by Harry Fox.
Track C2 published by Control.
Tracks C3, C4, C6, D3 published by Boosey & Hawkes
Track D2 published by Leeds.
Track F1 published by Chappell.
Tracks A1, A2, A7, B2 courtesy of Astor Records Pty. Ltd.
Tracks A3, A5, A6, B3, B4, C2, D6 to F5 by courtesy of RCA Ltd.
Tracks C3, C4 by courtesy of EMI Records Australia.

The one-sheet has shortened track names and group names.

From booklet:

Track A1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With The Washingtonians' on the label. Recorded for Vocalion, November 23, 1926, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Vocalion 1064. Mx E-4110. The clarinet and tenor sax is credited to 'Prince Robinson? and another?'. Tuba is credited to 'Bass Edwards or Mack Shaw'.

Track A2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, October 26, 1927, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 21137. Mx 39370-1.

Track A3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With The Washingtonians' on the label. Recorded for Victor, October 26, 1927, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 21137. Mx 40155-4.

Track A4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchstra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for OKeh, November 3, 1927, New York. OKeh 40955. Mx W. 81776-B.

Track A5 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With The Washingtonians' on the label. Recorded for Victor, March 26, 1928, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 21580. Mx 43502-2.

Track A6 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded March 26, 1928, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 21580. Mx 43503-2.

Track A7 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, June 5, 1928, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Brunswick 3987. Mx E-27771-C.

Track B1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for OKeh, October 1, 1928, New York. OKeh 8623. Mx W. 40177-A.

Track B2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Cotton Club Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, October 17, 1928, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Brunswick 4122. Mx E-28359-A.

Track B3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Cotton Club Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, June 4, 1930, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 23041. Mx 62195-2.

Track B4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, August 26, 1930, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 22528. Mx 61011-6.

Track B5 credited to 'The Jungle Band' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With The Harlem Footwarmers' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, October 17, 1930, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Brunswick 4952. Mx E-34928-A.

Track B6 credited to 'The Harlem Footwarmers' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for OKeh, November 8, 1930, New York. OKeh 8869. Mx W. 404804-A.

Track B7 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, February 2, 1932, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Brunswick 6265. Mx B 11204-A.

Track C1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, February 4, 1932, New York. Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc. Brunswick 6317. Mx B 11224-A.

Track C2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, February 9, 1932. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 22938. Mx 71839-1.

Track C3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for English Columbia, February 15, 1933, New York. Courtesy of EMI, Limited. Columbia CB 591. Mx W.265049-3.

Track C4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded July 13, 1933, London. Courtesy of London Records, Inc. English Decca M-438. Mx GB-6039-2.

Track C5 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, August 15, 1933, New York. Brunswick 6646. Mx B 13803-A.

Track C6 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, April 30, 1935, New York. Brunswick 7440. Mx B 17408-1.

Track C7 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Brunswick, August 19, 1935, New York. Brunswick 7514. B 17975-1.

Track D1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded February 27, 1936, New York. Brunswick 7656. Mx B 18736-1.

Track D2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded February 27, 1936, New York. Brunswick 7656. Mx B 18737-1.

Track D3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Master, May 14, 1937, New York. Master 131. Mx M-470-2.

Track D4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded March 3, 1938, New York. Brunswick 8108. Mx M. 772-2.

Track D5 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded February 14, 1940, New York. Columbia 35556. Mx WM-1138-1.

Track D6 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded March 6, 1940, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26536. Mx 044999-1.

Track E1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded March 6, 1940, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26577. Mx 044889-2.

Track E2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded March 15, 1940, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26598. Mx 049016-1.

Track E3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded May 4, 1940, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26610. Mx 049655-1.

Track E4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded May 4, 1940, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26610. Mx 049656-1.

Track E5 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded July 22, 1940, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26731. Mx 054606-1.

Track E6 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded September 5, 1940, New York. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26788. Mx 053428-1.

Track E7 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded October 17, 1940, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 26796. Mx 053430-3.

Track F1 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, February 15, 1941, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 27380. Mx 055283-1.

Track F2 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, June 26, 1941, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 27531. Mx 061319-1.

Track F3 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, January 21, 1942, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 27880. Mx 070682-1.

Track F4 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, January 21, 1942, Chicago. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 27856. Mx 070683-1.

Track F5 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, July 9, 1946, Hollywood. Courtesy of RCA Records. Victor 40-0134. Mx D6VB2093.

Track F6 credited to 'Duke Ellington And His Orchestra' in the booklet and 'Duke Ellington With His Orchestra' on the label. Recorded for Victor, July 7, 1956. Newport Jazz Festival. Columbia CL934. Mx C05806. The trumpet credit includes 'possibly Herbie Jones'.

Illustration sources:
Pages 2, 13, 15: Courtesy Frank Driggs Collection.
Pages 4, 18-19, 22, 24, 30-31, 33: Courtesy Mercer Ellington.
Page 6: Courtesy Harlingue-Viollet, Paris.
Pages 8-9: Courtesy Richard Spottswood, except Hit Of The Week courtesy Dan Morgenstern.
Pages 10-12: Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt.
Page 20: Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt; Courtesy Frank Driggs Collection; Courtesy Mercer Ellington; Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt—Courtesy Frank Driggs Collection; Courtesy Mercer Ellington; Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt; Courtesy Culver Pictures—Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt ; Courtesy Mercer Ellington —Duncan Butler; courtesy Frank Driggs Collection; Courtesy Jeff Atterton Collection; Courtesy Frank Driggs Collection; Courtesy Duncan P. Scheidt.


Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (Side One label): AM 14730 P14730
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two label): BM14730 P14730
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Three label): AM 14731 P14731
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Four label): BM 14731 P14731
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Five label): AM 14732 P14732
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Six label): BM 14732 P14732
  • Matrix / Runout (side A runout stamped): AM14730-1A - AM-14730-1A IT o C5
  • Matrix / Runout (side B runout stamped): BM-14730-1A C o T
  • Matrix / Runout (side C runout stamped): AM14731-1B IT o C
  • Matrix / Runout (side D runout stamped): BM14731-1A IT C2
  • Matrix / Runout (side E runout stamped): AM14732-1B T o B3
  • Matrix / Runout (side F runout stamped): BM-14732-1B IT o Λ5
  • Other (Bottom of spine and back of booklet): P3 14729


Álbum

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